Feature suggestion: "Using declarations" i.e. context managers ("with" blocks) tied to scope/lifetime of the variable rather than to nesting
rhodri at kynesim.co.uk
Thu Feb 21 13:48:36 EST 2019
On 21/02/2019 18:35, mnl.post at gmail.com wrote:
> (I sent this a few days ago but got bounced without a reason—don’t see it
> posted, so I’m trying one more time.)
It was posted, and commented on. You can see the thread in the mailing
list archives, if you don't believe me:
> I thought this new C# feature would be a good thing to add to Python:
> The nesting required by context managers can be at odds with a program’s
> real structure.
Really? I thought in your example, particularly as revised here, the
context managers showed up the real structure of the code nicely.
Rhodri James *-* Kynesim Ltd
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